McLean Youth Volleyball MYV provides house, select and travel volleyball programs for Elementary School, Middle School, and High School athletes in the greater McLean Virginia VA area including Great Falls, Falls Church, Arlington, Vienna, Fairfax, Reston
Tryout Dates Set for MS SELECT and HS TRAVEL Leagues
by posted 01/27/2018
Again this spring, McLean Youth Volleyball (MYV) offers Select and Travel programs for girls interested in a more competitive volleyball experience.
For grades 6th-8th - Middle School (MS) Select
For grades 9th-12th - High School (HS) Travel
The league is ideal for athletes aspiring to play volleyball in high school or at the club level. Friendship requests are honored as long as they allow teams to remain evenly balanced. PLEASE NOTE: MS Select does not have an equal playing time or minimum playing time requirement. See thePlaying Time Policy page for more details.
To tryout for the MS Select program, do the following:
First register for the appropriate 6th grade, 7th grade or 8th grade house leagues
Attend one of the following 45 minute first round tryouts. No prior registration is required. Just show up.
Monday, March 5 at McLean HS Main/Lower Gym #2
Session 1: 7:00pm-7:45pm
Session 2: 8:00pm-8:45pm
Tuesday, March 6 at McLean HS Main/Lower Gym #2
Session 3: 7:00pm-7:45pm
Session 4: 8:00pm-8:45pm
Wednesday, March 7 at McLean HS Main/Lower Gym #2
Session 5: 7:00pm-7:45pm
Session 6: 8:00pm-8:45pm
If invited to the callback session, attend it on Saturday, March 10 @1:15pm-3:00pm at the McLean HS Main/Lower Gym #2 (1:00pm check-in). Attendance is mandatory to be considered for a MS Select team.
Girls who do not make a MS Select team are automatically placed on an age-appropriate House league team.
MS Select tryouts are OPTIONAL -- this is not a league-wide skills assessment. Registered girls who don't attend tryouts are still in the House league.
WELCOME TO MCLEAN YOUTH VOLLEYBALL SPRING 2018 SEASON
The next full McLean Youth Volleyball (MYV) season is SPRING 2018 (March - June) and is dedicated exclusively to girls volleyball. Last year we had a record turnout of over 620 girls in grades 4 thru 12. We're expecting a similar turnout.
The Langley Saxons came from behind in a thrilling 5 set match to beat Frank Cox HS of VA Beach 19-25, 23-25, 25-21, 25-18, 15-1 to win the 2017 Virginia Class 6 State Volleyball Championship. Congratulations to Coach Shifflett and the whole team on their phenominal season.
With 14 of the 18 girls on the playoff roster having played, refereed and/or coached with McLean Youth Volleyball, you've made the whole McLean volleyball community proud and set a wonderful example for so many young girls and boys learning to play and enjoy the great sport of volleyball.
The fall 2017 MS & ES NoVA Boys Volleyball season was a resounding success with over 160 boys across 17 teams and 25+ volunteer coaches representing Arlington , Braddock Road (BRYC), Chantilly, and McLean-Vienna (MV)Power. Everyone deserves congratulations, especially the teams listed below.
1st Place: Arlington ES (Campbell)
2nd Place: MVPower ES3 Grey (Racic)
3rd Place: BRYC ES (McLaughlin)
MS League – Gold Bracket (top 6 teams)
1st Place: BRYC MS-Blue (Samuel)
2nd Place: Arlington MS1 (Debok)
3rd Place: MVPower MS3 Black (Dimatulac)
MS League – Silver Bracket (rest of teams)
1st Place: MVPower MS2 Grey (Weigert)
2nd Place: Chantilly MS1 (Jadryev)
3rd Place: MVPower MS4 Green (Miller)
The next season for NoVA Boys Volleyball is fall 2018. See you there!
MYV's HST-11/12 Team Wins the Spring 2017 NOVA Travel League
Congratulations to McLean Youth Volleyball High School Travel team HST-11/12 (Hannibal) for winning the championship of the Spring 2017 NOVA Traavel league. It was a great team effort and everyone was on the top of their game throughout playoffs. A special thanks to Coach Rich Hannibal for coaching his 8th season of HS Travel and 2nd Championship.
Record Breaking Used Sports Equipment Collection Drive
by posted 05/03/2017
Way to go MYV/MYA Families!!
On Saturday, April 22, McLean Youth Volleyball (MYV) partnered with the non-profit Leveling the Playing Fieldto collect used ("slightly loved") sports equipment to donate to disadvantaged youth athletes in Baltimore and Washington DC.
Turnout was phenomenal. It took 6 minivans loads (no middle seats) to collect the equipment from both Cooper MS and McLean HS. In fact, Leveling the Playing Field informed us that it was their largest collection EVER!!
Here are some quick stats on the most common items:
Most unusual items: Pair of skis, pitching machine, paddleball racquet, ping pong set and discus.